At least 11 people suffered minor injuries Wednesday when a casino bus collided with two vehicles on the Golden Gate Bridge, a chain-reaction crash that shut down two southbound lanes of the span for nearly an hour, officials said. The collision was reported about 12:42 p.m. in the southbound lanes of the bridge near its south anchorage, according to preliminary information from the California Highway Patrol. The wreck occurred when a car came to a stop at the toll plaza and was hit from behind by another car before the bus rear-ended both vehicles, said Officer Andrew Barclay, a CHP spokesman. Eleven people were eventually transported to a hospital with minor injuries, eight from the bus and three from one of the cars involved in the crash, Barclay said.
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